Kane Brown Gives Update on Timeline for His New Album

Fans might not have to wait much longer for a new album from Kane Brown. The 30-year-old reveals the new record will likely be available sometime this year.

“We’ve got new music coming, hopefully a new album by at least the end of the year,” Brown tells the Evening Standard. “I feel like I’m almost done with it.”

Brown has a lot to keep him occupied besides new music. He is getting ready to begin his In The Air Tour, which kicks off on March 28, and is also eagerly awaiting the arrival of his third child, this one a boy, with his wife, Katelyn. Already a proud dad to two girls, four-year-old Kingsley Rose and two-year-old Kodi Jane, the singer-songwriter is ready to add a boy to the mix.

“I’m excited,” Brown says. “I thought I was going to be a girl dad and I was happy for it, but knowing I’ve got my little boy was like it was God’s plan because we weren’t trying, but he was like, ‘Nah, you needed a son.'”

The debut single, “I Can Feel It,” from Brown’s new record just became his 11th No. 1 hit. The song follows “Bury Me in Georgia,” the final release from his 2022 Different Man record.

“We started a new album and we didn’t know if we were going to bring another single from the last album, Different Man,” Brown previously told Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1. “And then we got ahold of this one. I was going to play Stagecoach, I was going to headline and we were looking for a legendary artist to come out with us. We were talking about Phil Collins, we’re talking about Cher, just random people that nobody would think about. And so we went into the writer’s room in Canada the next day and we had Phil Collins on our mind.”

Brown just added a new award to his growing collection, this one for his generosity, not his music. The Tennessee native was awarded the CRS Artist Humanitarian Award, in honor of his support of the Boys and Girls Club of America.

“My dad’s been in prison since 1996,” an emotional Brown said when accepting the trophy. “My mom was a single mom working and raising two kids, trying to work multiple jobs.  I never knew anything about money growing up, but now that I’m older, and realize what she was making back in the day, I don’t even know how we really survived. Sports was a huge thing for me after school, to stay out of trouble. My little brother went down a different path. So once I found out about the Boys and Girls Club, I just wished that I would’ve been part of the community.”

“Everybody’s people,” he added. “Everybody’s human. Everybody bleeds the same … Boys and Girls Club, just helping them out always makes my day better.”

Brown will be joined on the road by Chris YoungTyler HubbardCole SwindellJon Pardi and Bailey Zimmerman and more. Find music and tour dates at KaneBrownMusic.com.